Army looks to add maintenance trainers for combat vehicles

10/16/2012 | Defense News

The U.S. Army is considering expanding maintenance training systems for its fleet of Stryker combat vehicles with new trainers that could cost $20 million. The Stryker MTS includes PC-based diagnostic and troubleshooting trainers and hands-on and part-task trainers for weapons and automotive maintenance, but "not all trainer types are available for all Stryker variants." Additions to the Stryker MTS would include part-task and hands-on weapons maintenance trainers for the vehicle's mobile gun, anti-tank, mortar and remote weapons parts, along with more advanced 3D graphics in diagnostic and troubleshooting trainers.

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